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Channel 2 investigative reporter Mark Winne spent days embedded with the DeKalb County Police Department's Vice Unit and saw first-hand how Back is still the go-to website for sex trafficking. When prostitution first migrated from streets to smart phones, both Craigslist and Back were under pressure to stop adult advertising. Craigslist stopped in Back pulled its escort this January. But Vice Commander Curtis Williams told Winne that for prostitution -- though they use code words -- simply moved to elsewhere on the site. The meetups involving undercover police weren't exactly dates.
One male undercover officer called a on Back. When he met the woman at a DeKalb hotel, he used a code word to alert uniformed officers to come on in. Commander Williams spoke with one woman caught in the sting: "How long have you been doing this? Williams asked, "You wanna get help, you wanna get off the streets?
Winne later asked her, "How come you turned down that officer's offer of help? But there's more to the story than how women use Back classifieds to get paid for sex. It's also how the women can pay a heavy price. An indictment charges Terique Hall raped and strangled Ashley Mays. A document says her hands and feet were zip-tied, and said, "The victim advertised on Back. Hall is accused of assaulting two other women who advertised on Back; one in DeKalb, another in East Point.
Hall's attorney says Hall pleaded not guilty to all counts. Back says it's protected by Section of the Communications Decency Act, which says: "No provider or user of an interactive computer service shall be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. That argument has held up in court cases, including Doe V.
Back, which was filed in Massachusetts. In that case, three women said when they were underage, they were sold for sex online using Back. Back won that case, and when the women appealed, the appellate court also sided with Back. This January, the U. Supreme Court declined to hear the case. The Appellate court indicated that this issue would better dealt with through legislation instead of litigation. The U. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations spent months looking into Back's business.
The protracted fight over documents spilled into the court system after the company pushed back on subpoenas issued by the subcommittee. While no one from Back would speak to WSB for this story, lawyers for Back told the subcommittee the company had spent thousands of hours and millions of dollars working with or training law enforcement.
On Jan. The report claimed "Back has knowingly concealed evidence of criminality by systematically editing back page escorte 'adult'. Back took its adult off its website the day the report was published. In a statement the day it removed the adultBack page escorte said it was because of " The statement also said removing the escort section would " DeKalb police arrested 16 people during the three days Winne was embedded with them. Eight were men and the other eight were women. All involved on Back.
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